Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 2, Lesson 2

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

Without using a calculator, select the correct solution.

2.3 ´ 3.1
 a. 713 c. 7.13 b. 71.3 d. 0.713

2.

Without using a calculator, select the correct solution.

25.12 ¸ 0.05
 a. 50.24 c. 5024 b. 502.4 d. 0.5024

3.

Calculate.
23.13 ´ 4.1

 a. 94.833 b. 95 c. 948.33

4.

Calculate.
103.36 ¸ 6.8

 a. 152.0 b. 15.2 c. 17.1

5.

The price of gas is 93.5 cents per litre.  If Alfred needs 43.5 L of gas to fill his tank, how much will he pay?
 a. \$4067.25 b. \$2.15 c. \$40.67 d. \$40.68

6.

A hummingbird is 7.3 cm long.  A photograph shows the hummingbird at 1.75 times its actual size.  Calculate the length of the hummingbird in the photograph.
 a. 4.17 cm b. 9.05 cm c. 12.775 cm

7.

At a bulk food store chocolate macaroons cost \$6.49 per kilogram. Susan has \$14.75.  How many kilograms of macaroons can she buy?
 a. 2.27 kg b. 2.3 kg c. 95.7 kg

8.

How many 0.3 L glasses can be completely filled from a 5.25 L jug of juice?
 a. 17.5 glasses c. 18 glasses b. 17 glasses d. 1 glass

9.

A single bus ticket costs \$1.55.  A book of twelve tickets cost \$17.20.  How much do you save by buying the book of tickets?
 a. \$18.60 b. \$1.40 c. \$15.65

10.

A pool installer charges \$15 193.20 for materials plus \$34.75 per hour for 37.5 h of labour.
Determine the total bill.
 a. \$16 496.33 b. \$1303.13 c. \$13 890.07